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    Title
    USF's Ex Libris: Journal of the USF Library Associates
    Publication Date
    1977-1988
    Frequency
    quarterly
    regular
    Genre
    serial
    periodical
    Language
    English
    Creator
    USF Library Associates
    Physical Description
    7 v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
    Publisher
    USF Library Associates
    Place of Publication
    Tampa, Fla
    Type
    serial
    Uniform Title
    Ex libris (Tampa, Fla. : Online)
    Format
    serial
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USF's Ex Libris: Journal of the USF Library Associates

The Associates was a friends-of-the-library group supporting Tampa Library's Special Collections. The department's director, Joseph Bertrand (Jay) Dobkin, who also served as Associates' executive secretary, created Ex Libris in 1977 and served as its editor until publication ceased with his retirement in 1988. The journal featured articles about various aspects of the department's collections, along with notes on exhibits, new acquisitions, and Associates' activities. There are 15 issues in this collection, 1/3 (Winter 1978) - 7/1 (1988).

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